Training programs to become a phlebotomist are available to high school graduates and usually take from four to eight months to complete, or one to two semesters. In addition, the American Society for Clinical Pathology ... More »

To get online phlebotomy training, students should look for accredited schools with certificate or associate degree programs such as Rasmussen College, Stratford University and Tulsa Community College, as noted by Guidet... More »

Weekend phlebotomy courses are usually available through organizations specializing in medical certification or through phlebotomy institutes, such as the Central Phlebotomy Institute and the Healthcareer Group. The cour... More »

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